Thursday, January 6, 2011

The Twinning project | Rotterdam | EGM Architecten

The Twinning project consists of a congress that is flush with the expo hall, and a superjacent office. Starting point in the interior design was that the overall height and size of the original hall had to remain visible. Thus, the modern interior as a 'loose' filling in the spaces with a hung bridge and a staircase to the individual functions accessible. The draft also refers to the originally present 'pavilions' finished with wooden slats. The lining of the curved walls and floors vomrt modern aluminum implementation. All the rooms in which technology is fully integrated into the walls and floors of the object. Twinning is a part of the masterplan Beurs-WTC Rotterdam. This plan includes the upgrading and updating of the low-rise buildings from the thirties and the excavation and service areas located in the tower added later.....more


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